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Poll shows Mueller’s public image at all-time low

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But 70 percent of Republicans said the president wasn’t meddling in the investigation. com/story/2018/06/08/trump-pardon-not-above-the-law-633713″ target=”_blank”>told reporters he had the “absolute right” to make that move, but a majority of voters – 59 percent – said they opposed the idea of Trump issuing a self-pardon. Among Democrats, just 13 percent said the president should pardon himself, while 77 percent rejected the idea. Thirty-two percent of all voters, and 40 percent of independents, said they either had no opinion of the special counsel or had never heard of him.

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